If you want a new iPhone battery, you may have to wait a full month

iPhone Battery Replacement

Though Apple claims that it was only trying to help customers when it throttled CPU performance on older iPhone models, a good number of iPhone owners clearly think otherwise. Hardly a surprise, Apple's admission that it slowed down iPhones with degraded batteries has led to nearly 60 class-action lawsuits at this point.

In an attempt to get ahead of the problem and assuage iPhone owners who felt taken advantage of, Apple a few weeks ago started a brand new battery replacement program where iPhone owners can swap out their existing battery for a brand new one for just $29.

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